Former CEO of Engro Corp. Asad Umar while chairing the standing committee meeting in Islamabad said that we have to behead 100 big-guns to end the corruption.
National Assembly’s standing committee for the Industries and production meeting told that Pakistan Steel Mills are working on 1.5 percent production capacity while Rs.6.80billion payable to the ex-employees.
Opposition MP from Pakistan’s capital city Islamabad responded the briefing and said PML-N government dosen’t do anything for the good governance.
Earlier, Federal Minister for Industries and Production, Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi also briefed the committee that revenue collection from the beverage industry is 17% less than targeted amount.
Asad Umar while responding to the federal minister also said that the usage of employees General Provident Fund in other heads is a criminal act.